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In more recent Safari versions where the button has gone away, just right-click or Control-click an item in the list. The context menu will show a Clear all… choice there.


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Copied from https://discussions.apple.com/message/29328892#29328892 To install a safariextz file, go to: System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts > Full Keyboard Access (for OS X 10.11.1 to 10.11.3) or System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts > Keyboard (for OS X 10.11.4+) Then at the bottom of that dialog box, change the Full Keyboard Access:... ...


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I suggest going to https://developer.apple.com/support/certificates/ and do a bit of research on certificates. Certs are used to verify the identity of whoever made a program, or owns a website (for encrypted connections). At that link you can also find the apple-supplied root certs you can add to your keychain if you're missing any specific certificate, ...


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There is no way to make it wider without a jailbreak. The only thing you can do is to make the text smaller so you can see more of it. That stinks but it's the only thing available.


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You might want to try this solution from Apple's own forum (be sure to back-up your Bookmarks first): Open a Finder window. Select your Home folder in the Sidebar on the left. Now open the Library folder then the Safari folder. Move the LastSession.plist and the Downloads.plist files from the Safari folder to the Trash. Restart your Mac. ...


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It is not a specific device. It means that your web site was viewed using the UIWebView functionality on an iOS device (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch). The UIWebView is different from the ordinary Safari browser, as it is not a stand-alone browser, but merely browser functionality that is embedded in a third party app.


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Safari for Windows was dropped at version 6, in 2012. It is no longer available for download, directly from Apple, though can be found on several file hosters. The last version of Safari for Windows was 5.1.7, released May 9, 2012. I would say testing against such an outdated version would not really be useful at all. There's a long article on resurrecting ...


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There's an option called resume I think - check out this post. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4140495?tstart=0. To quote the answer, you can do System Preferences > General > Uncheck 'Close windows when quitting an application' Not exactly what you want, but it's a possible alternative maybe?


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I just tried this in 10.11.4 and it works; you can see the history. If someone clears the cache, this goes away. Go to the following location: /Users/yourname/Library/Caches/Metadata/Safari/History/ From here you can change the view to List View and sort by Date Modified.


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DNSSEC is an extension of the DNS infrastructure. Usually a browser is not involved in domain name resolution. So there is no way for Safari to detect DNSSEC directly. There is an Safari DNSSEC extension though which allows you to check the existence and validity of DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC) records and Transport Layer Security Association (TLSA) ...


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This is not possible with current version of Safari 9 or 9.1. If, like me, you do really want this feature, please use Apple Safari feedack form to send feedback to Apple. They do listen to customer feedback, I can assure you, and when it comes to features like this, the number of requests is essential.


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great inspiration. There is no functional plugin for the latest Safari and I really need it. I need the image centered vertically too, so I modified the above solution to: html > body > img:first-child:last-of-type { position: fixed; /* works with absolute */ top: 50%; left: 50%; transform: translate(-50%, -50%); /* translateY(-50%) */ ...


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Try to use Choosy It can prompt you to select from the browsers on your Mac so you can decide which browser is right for a particular link. :)


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Open Automator and create a new service: Choose: Service receives selected text in Safari like in the screenshot below. Then add an item Run AppleScript with the content: on run {input} -- create folder from text display dialog " —Create folder from chosen text— This AppleScript will create a folder from text you specify." set destination to ...


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Exactly. To delete an Application that is not sandboxed (not downloaded from App Store) you have to go in /Applications/ and delete the Application File.



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